Questions About Remote Learning?

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Updated: 10/26/2020
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  • The forest is safer....
  • Take the path of the forest
  • In the text, "By the Waters of Babylon", social norms was a fundamental aspect of the story, and these norms affected John's decisions throughout his journey to the Place of the Gods.
  • As an example, it states in the text, "I had left the god-road—we do not use the god-roads now for they are falling apart into great blocks of stone, and the forest is safer going.” (Benet, 3). The following statement is a representation of an allusion to social norms, showing that the people who travel to the Place of the Gods are knowledgable about the two different paths, and the underlying "rule" that states one should take the path of the forest.
  • This allusion to social norms shows how and what affected John's decisions and choices throughout his journey.
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